Today in Music City:
• In Phase 4 of Reopening •
• Some businesses have capacity limits and abridged hours; call ahead for details •
Good to Go is Music City's hospitality safety program to help Nashville residents and visitors easily identify businesses in every industry that are committed to your health and safety. Participating businesses pledge to uphold the coronavirus guidelines established by Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department and the recommendations of leading infectious disease experts.
When you see the Good to Go logo or green music note on this website and at storefronts, you can trust that those businesses are Good to Go!
Most Nashville businesses have reopened in some capacity. Please see above and covid19.nashville.gov for capacity restrictions and safety guidelines for our current phase.
We suggest planning ahead by calling or checking the websites of the places you'd like to visit so you can learn their specific operating hours, capacity limits, timed ticketing, and other safety practices. You can browse the following pages on this website to get contact information Nashville sites:
Look for the green Good to Go music note at those businesses that have taken the pledge to put safety first. Browse those businesses at visitmusiccity.com/goodtogo.
All information here is subject to change.
If you plan to visit specific locations or attend events, please check directly with those entities for updates.
People are advised to consult ticket and reservation cancellation policies regarding individual plans in Nashville.
If you cannot visit these businesses, please support the local economy through the purchase of gift cards or shopping online.